What do I need to become a nurse aide program coordinator in Arizona?

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asked in Training by Shirley A. McKinney

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answered by Renee Morgan
Nursing assistant program coordinators in Arizona must have specific qualifications, including the following: possess a current registered nurse license in the state of Arizona; be listed in good standing on the Arizona Board of Nursing; have a minimum of two years of nursing experience; show proof of work as a registered nurse in a long-term care facility for at least one year. It is the responsibility of the Arizona Board of Nursing to approve or deny applicants who wish to act as nurse aide program coordinators.

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